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THE INCOMPETENCY OF NATURAL SELECTION TO ACCOUNT
THE COEXISTENCE OF CLOSELY SIMILAR STRUCTURES
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action of Natural acts admit affinity amongst Animals and Plants annelids appear assertion atoms believe birds bivalve bones brought forward butterflies cause Cetacea chapter colour complete conceivable conception considerable contended creation creatures Darwin Darwinian Darwinian theory degree derived difficulty direct distinct evidence evolution evolved example existence explain external facts favour fishes force fortuitous gemmules harmony Herbert Spencer homology Ibid ICHTHYOSAURUS indefinite variations independent individual innate power inorganic insects instances internal intuitions kind laws less limbs Malay Archipelago mammals manifestation marsupial matter minute mode modifications molluscous moral Natural Selection objections observed organic forms organic world Origin of Species Pangenesis peculiar perissodactyle phenomena physical science Plants under Domestication Plesiosauria possessed present preserved probably produced pterodactyles race reason regard remarkable reptiles resemblance result says seems serial homology Silurian similar similarly structure supposed teeth tendency theism theory of Natural tion Ungulata varieties vertebrate Wallace wing